Â LAS VEGAS, NV, NOVEMBER 24, 2009 â€“ Songwriter, singer, pianist, multi instrumentalist and Las Vegas resident Frankie Moreno recently turned to Odds On Records & Studios, the newest high-end recording facility in the area, to mix several tracks for his new full-length album â€œUnknown Artist,â€? expected to be released in 2010.Â Â With a musical style that mixes rock/funk with classical, Morenoâ€™s newest album incorporates plenty of classical orchestrations, from flute solos to a 14-piece orchestra.Â While Moreno did record a few of his solos from home, Odds Onâ€™s 12,500 sq/ft acoustically-pristine live room, which is directly adjacent to Studio A, was the perfect fit for these larger orchestra sessions.Â Â
Working with Odds Onâ€™s engineer and long-time friend, Matt Salveson throughout the mixing process, Moreno has tracked and mixed songs in the studioâ€™s SSL Duality room (Studio A) as well as in the
room (Studio C).Â He will be playing at Las Vegasâ€™ famous Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino for the remainder of 2009 and will be back in studio between performances to work with Salveson to finalize his 2010 release.Â
Â â€œI have lived in Las Vegas for the past 9 years,â€? says Moreno.Â â€œItâ€™s great to have a world-class studio right in my neighborhood.Â Itâ€™s a great place to record and unwind after being on tour.Â The staff and equipment are unparalleled.â€?Â
Moreno just recently concluded a series of shows with country music artist Billy Currington during his road tour with fellow country music artists and CMA winners Sugarland. He also completed a worldwide tour with Air Supply.Â In addition, Moreno is also known for his recent collaboration with Sony Records artist and world-renowned violinist, Joshua Bell, where he contributed vocals and piano to one of the featured songs on Bellâ€™s album.
Bell also collaborated with Josh Groban, Sting, Regina Spektor and more on his album, which is currently number one on the BILLBOARD Crossover and Classical charts.Â
About Odds On Records & StudiosLocated an armâ€™s length from the Las VegasÂ strip, Odds On Records & Studios is a $7 million multi-faceted recording facility that combines vintage flair with state-of-the-art technology. The recording studio houses the largest mixing console in North America, a 96-input SSL Duality, as well as such classic industry gear as restored AKG, Gefell and Neumann tube microphones.Â Â Odds On Records & Studios has hosted several A-list artists including Alicia Keys, Air Supply, Ultraviolet Sound, Carlos Santana and up and coming Australian group, Blue King Brown.Â Odds On Records & Studios delivers an array of recording services under one umbrella, including its own record label. Â For more information about the Odds On Records & Studios, visit www.oddsonrecording.com.Â Â Â